||Rising Mountains and Sinking Countries
||Voyage of the Continents
Voyage of the continents. UNAUTHORIZED
||Asia- Rising Mountains and Sinking Countries: Introduction (1:49) -- Does Nepal Conceal a Colossal Energy? (3:19) -- Katmandu at Risk (0:57) -- Kunlun Fault (3:22) -- Badain Jaran (2:16) -- Desert Climate (1:28) -- Bechuan Fault (4:26) -- Szechuan (3:40) -- Earth's Most Unstable Region (3:30) -- Mt. Fuji Poses a Major Risk (3:49) -- Java, Most Dangerous Point in the Ring of Fire (3:12) -- Kawah Ijen Sulfur (3:42) -- Gold Deposit Forming? (2:28) -- Pakatan, Java (2:38) -- Early Human Skull Analysis (2:37) -- Zhongdong Cave Village (1:50) -- Li River Caves (2:12) -- Lake Baikal (1:38) -- Review (0:59) -- Credits: Voyage of the Continents-Asia: Rising Mountains and Sinking Countries (1:01)
||Over the many billions of years of the Earth's history our planet has never stopped changing shape. Massive tectonic forces have sculpted and re-sculpted our world in a never ending journey. Tectonics has created life - and destroyed it as well. This episode chronicles the Himalayas, investigates how Siberia joined other land masses, and discusses tectonic activity that impacts Japan and Indonesia.
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|Interest grade level
||7 & up.
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|Source of description||Title from distributor's description.|
|Issued in other form||Originally produced: Paper Tiger Television Collective (Firm), 2012.|
|Publisher number||58166 Films Media Group|
|Publisher number||58167s Films Media Group|